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Time Flies

A very small but famous stained glass feature at St'.Mary's Church, Bucklebury, Berkshire. Sundial made in 1600's. The Fly is part of the window, it's been painted on. The fly is there to make the point that 'Time Flies', someone with a sense of humour.



Maker: S. S.

Date: 1649

Original Location: unknown location in England

Present Location: Family married into Bucklebury and brought the dial with them reinstalling it in the north window of Parish church of St. Mary, Bucklebury, England at lat: 51° 26' N. Long: 01° 12' W.

Orientation: Declines 13° W.

Size: 300mm square

Adornment: The coats of arms of the families of Stephens and Stone.

Mottos: Signed S.S: me fecit and Th: S & St

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Taken on January 27, 2008